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Halloween cookies recipes
You will like these Halloween cookies that we brought you today. Would you like to surprise the little ones with a children’s Halloween party or a special snack? The homemade cookie recipes we often use and propose here at Pequerecetas can be adapted to these Halloween recipes. For this reason, today, we bring you seven easy Halloween cookies that will inspire you, and you can make them at home even if you don’t know a lot of skills for pastry.
These Halloween cookies will surely surprise you, and the kids will love the surprise. Would you like to see these original Halloween sweets?
- Vampire cookies for Halloween
- Halloween Pinata Cookies
- Easy Halloween Cookies: Mummies and Zombies
- witch hats
- Easy Halloween Cookies: Monsters
- Easy Halloween Cookies: Oreospiders
- Easy Halloween Cookies: Lollipop Eyes
- easy homemade Halloween cookies
- 80g butter
- Two eggs M
- 100g sugar
- 200g flour
- One teaspoon of baking powder
- One pinch of salt
- One tablespoon of vanilla extract
- 200g chocolate chips
- 120 g pastry cream or white hazelnut cream
- Miniature Sugar Clouds
- sliced almonds
How to make vampire Halloween cookies
Preheat the oven to 190ºC heat up and down.
Add soft butter and sugar to a bowl, and we integrate the two ingredients well with a spatula.
Add the slightly beaten eggs and the vanilla, and mix well until you get a smooth batter without lumps.
Step vampire Halloween cookies
Add the sifted flour and yeast, mix a little salt, and continue mixing. The texture of the dough is somewhat sticky. Finally, we add the chocolate chips, and with the spatula, we mix well.
We prepare the oven tray with baking paper, form small balls of the size that we like the most, flatten slightly with our hands and arrange them on the tray. As the dough is sticky, it will be helpful to previously grease your hands with a little oil sunflower. Keep in mind that the cookies tend to expand, so you must leave a gap between them.
Once the time has elapsed, remove the cookies from the oven and let them cool on a wire rack.
Add red colouring to the pastry cream once it is almost cold, and mix well until you get the desired shade; if you choose to use white hazelnut cream, do the same.
Once cold, cut each biscuit in half, and spread each biscuit half with the pastry cream dyed red or the white hazelnut cream dyed red.
Decorated Halloween cookies
We place six small sugar clouds on the cookie, giving it a curved shape to resemble teeth, cover it with the other part of the cookie, and finally add the fangs. They are nothing more than sliced almonds cut in half.
Halloween Pinata Cookies
We start with the piñata cookies. Imagine the faces of the little ones when they bite into their cookies and find the Lacasitos inside! You can make these surprising delicacies with the butter cookies recipe of a lifetime. You will only have to add food colouring to the dough to give colour. That is to say that we will extend the dough, cut three equal shapes for each cookie, and place them in the oven source. Then, we will remove the centre from one of these shapes to look like a ring. After baking, it is time to assemble the cookies: we prepare a little icing to stick them, and we take one of the whole shapes, glue the hollowed-out shape on top with the icing, fill the hole with little cakes, and close the shape with the other whole cookie. Finally, let the glaze dry well before moving them, and they are ready to eat.
What a great idea to use the gingerbread man cutter we bought for Christmas! As we have said before, we prepare the little men with the butter cookies recipe of a lifetime, or if you feel like it, with the chocolate cookies. side to side of the doll or into zombies by adding seams, crosses and broken hearts.
Halloween Witch Cookies
- Four ice cream cones
- Four cookies
- Four green tongues (sweets)
- dark chocolate to melt
- 150g flour
- 80g sugar
- 80g margarine
- One medium egg
- One pinch of salt
How to make the recipe for witch hats for Halloween
We start by preparing the cookie dough; it’s very easy: we just have to mix all the ingredients until we get a homogeneous dough.
Make a ball with the dough, cover with plastic wrap and leave to rest in the fridge for 1/2 hour.
After a time, we form small balls and flatten them slightly with our hands. Then, arrange them on a baking tray lined with parchment paper.
Remember that the time is indicative. Once the cookies begin to take on a light golden colour, remove from the oven and let them rest on a wire rack.
We melt dark chocolate in a bain-marie or microwave very carefully so that it does not burn, stirring every few seconds.
With a knife, we cover the base of the cookies with chocolate and fill the cones with sweets.
We put the chocolate biscuit together with the cone that was already filled with sweets, and finally, we poured the melted chocolate on each witch hat.
Recipe Halloween witch hat
We take it to the fridge until the chocolate hardens; once ready, we can only enjoy it.
Always using the same recipe we have seen so far, we can make these really simple monster cookies. Then, with the help of a pastry bag, cover the cookies with one colour icing, making the edge first and then filling the inside. Let dry and complete with the eyes and mouths, all different.
Easy Halloween Cookies: Oreospiders
In this case, it is not even necessary to cook since these oreo spiders that they teach us to make in Pequeocio are made with Oreo cookies, liquorice and Smarties. A perfect recipe to make with children who will have fun like crazy.
Making these Oreo lollipops is very simple. First, we insert the sticks inside the cookies, careful not to break them. Then you melt the white couverture chocolate in the microwave or a bain-marie and quickly dip the cookies. Then, before it dries, paste some candy, gummy bear or Lacasito to serve as a pupil for the eye and when it dries, draw the bloody veins with a red edible marker.